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P.S.
the Government argued that it was a tax, exactly what Obama said that it wasn't.

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Are you a religious man?
I'm an observant man.

Take away from that what you will.

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They are being forced to pay for a better product, for now.
Just like car insurance. Or vegetables that were processed in accordance with USDA health guidelines. Doesnt that suck?
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#59657
Oct 7, 2013
 
Voluntarist wrote:
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the Government argued that it was a tax, exactly what Obama said that it wasn't.
That was one of three arguments argued by the Government. http://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/PDFs/11-39...
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(NaturalNews) Obamacare is going to crash
and burn from technical issues more than
political concerns, it seems. You've probably
already heard that virtually no one can sign
up using the online Obamacare exchanges.
The web forms are broken. The code is buggy.
The data integration is a jaw-dropping failure.
This is why, all over the country and across
the media, no one can seem to locate anyone
who has successfully signed up through
Healthcare.gov . Even the one person the
Obama administration rolled out as a
"success case" turns out to be completely
staged and fabricated.
But there's even more shocking news about
Obamacare that could utterly destroy any
credibility the system might have remaining:
Of those applications who somehow make it
through the broken online sign-up system,
99% can't be processed and will fail .
99% can't be processed
According to insurance industry insiders who
spoke to CNBC, 99 out of 100 applications
don't contain enough information to result in
enrollment.
"...federal officials could face a situation in
January in which relatively large numbers of
people believe they have coverage starting
that month, but whose enrollment applications
are have not been processed," reports CNBC.
"We're getting incomplete data," says one
source from the insurance industry who goes
on to describe the data as "corrupted."
That's fitting, of course, as the entire Obama
administration is also corrupted. And
incompetent. The Obamacare socialism dream
turns out to be one big job-destroying frag
fest that deceived Americans on every level.
Although called the Affordable Care Act, it
isn't "affordable," the system doesn't CARE
about you, and even when you want it, it's
almost impossible to get the online
applications to ACT properly.
Healthcare.gov tricks people into
thinking they're enrolled
The problem is that the Healthcare.gov
website doesn't ask users for sufficient
information needed to process their
enrollment. The website, in other words, is a
joke. It's a public relations facade. Even when
people think they've signed up, the system
doesn't have enough information about them
to actually complete the enrollment.

http://www.naturalnews.com/042376_Obamacare_e...
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I'm an observant man.
Take away from that what you will.
But you are a religious man, a jew.
You believe that god is the creator of the
universe?
Did you observe god create the universe?
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Just like car insurance. Or vegetables that were processed in accordance with USDA health guidelines. Doesnt that suck?
So now your argument is living is a privilege? That is the argument for car insurance (which of course those laws were lobbied by insurance companies), even though traveling was never a privilege they have attempted to make it one.

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Voluntarist wrote:
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So now your argument is living is a privilege? That is the argument for car insurance (which of course those laws were lobbied by insurance companies), even though traveling was never a privilege they have attempted to make it one.
Driving a car surely is.

Using the emergency room sure is.

You are a day late and dollar short on your concerns. It all boils down to the fact you live in a society. This isnt Ayn Rand. Nor is this China. We like to not be poisoned by our foods.

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Voluntarist wrote:
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But you are a religious man, a jew.
So now you are telling RM what he is?

not so smooth, ace.

You would learn much more if you would just listen

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Voluntarist wrote:
(NaturalNews) Obamacare is going to crash
and burn from technical issues more than
political concerns, it seems. You've probably
already heard that virtually no one can sign
up using the online Obamacare exchanges.
Virtually no one?

Please share your stats

Everything I have read is that they were overwhelmed by the demand. Which flies in the face of the tea party argument.
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Driving a car surely is.
Using the emergency room sure is.
You are a day late and dollar short on your concerns. It all boils down to the fact you live in a society. This isnt Ayn Rand. Nor is this China. We like to not be poisoned by our foods.
What's a society?

Driving a motor vehicle is a privilege, traveling in a car is not a regulated privilege.
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Eric wrote:
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That was one of three arguments argued by the Government. http://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/PDFs/11-39...
I don't have to read it, it was argued under the taxing powers.
You as an attorney believe that the government is morally and legally correct to force someone to buy a good or service?
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Virtually no one?
Please share your stats
Everything I have read is that they were overwhelmed by the demand. Which flies in the face of the tea party argument.
You think putting a gun to people's heads is a great way to create demand?
If it was such a great thing people would willingly sign up.

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There is firm evidence that citrate reduces formation.
You're confusing Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) with citric acid....

They are two different compounds....

Understand?

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I just finished watching a vid featuring a conversation between Dr Richard Dawkins (biologist)and Dr Lawrence Krauss (physicist). Many of their views and analyzes were so naive and incorrect and the sad thing is that the audience comprising academics and students mainly drawn from science disciples were not deep thinkers nor intelligent enough enough to point out all the logical errors committed by the two eminent scientists. Sad.

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CREATION FROM NOTHING....

1) Prof Lawrence Krauss is fond of shocking people by telling them that the universe originated from "nothing" and then he abruptly stops and unless prodded by a question from the audience he reluctantly admits that the qm vacuum is a soup of virtual particles popping in and out of it. Of course, there exist weak and fleeting em waves in this so-called vacuum as well and so in this subtle state, 4-dimensional space-time does not exist and the natural laws of 4-dimensional space-time breakdown as they're exceeded. Most lay people understand "nothing" in the classical sense to mean the total absence of something.

2) In physics, a virtual particle is a transient fluctuation that exhibits many of the characteristics of an ordinary particle, but that exists for a limited time. A virtual particle may be said to be a subtle state of energy/matter that partly exceeds the normal rate of vibration of a real particle and so this explains its exhibition of many transient real particle features.

3) Obviously, such virtual or partial real particles cannot exhibit 4-dimensional spatio-temporal features and only when their rate of vibration reduces to a frequency that is sufficient for them to manifest as real or gross physical particles does the 4-dimensional spatio-temporal universe with its typical features comes into existence.

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ORIGIN OF LIFE & COMMON ANCESTORS

1) I would hesitate to call the appearance of species an act of chemistry transforming itself into biology or of insentience becoming sentience unless sentience inheres in insentient matter and emerges in successive waves under inner impulses of sentient energies in matter that seek manifestation or materialization. The information gap between insentience and sentience is to vast to be surmounted by mere push and pull forces that lack an aim.

2) Just as our universe emerges from a subtle state which is the so-called qm vacuum as explained above, similarly the origin of life in apparently insentient matter and the subsequent appearance of a range of graded species can be logically seen as an act of evolution from a state of involution.

3) It's logical to accept the common ancestor approach giving rise to different lines of species since different frequencies of energy embedded with different bits of information can merge or fission into several lines with the innate bit of information in each aspect that came from a common ancestor then undergoing several adaptations in response to climate, urges, food needs, inter-breeding, personality traits and the like.

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Voluntarist wrote:
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You think putting a gun to people's heads is a great way to create demand?
If it was such a great thing people would willingly sign up.
If given the opportunity. Until now, they never HAD the opportunity. And it is still willingly, considering the minor penalty.

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You're confusing Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) with citric acid....
They are two different compounds....
Understand?
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No, I am not talking about C. I am talking about citrate.

Look it up. Google citrate and kidney stones. Its one of the few things clinically proven to reduce risk for oxalate stones.

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